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Angel's HoneyMoon is a beautiful pink to peachy pink double bloom brugmansia that stays compact in shape. Delightful scent fills your nostrils as you walk by. As the small tree matures, it puts out more and more blooms, until becoming almost fairie tale beautiful! This brugmansia has the darkest green leaves of all my brugs, and does prefer protection from the strongest afternoon sun. European brugmansia, created by Anne Kirchner Abel. Also a tall brugmansia, mine is about 8 feet and would get taller if I put him in a bigger pot. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   June 

Berkonigin is a knockout bloom! Unusual about this particular brugmansia, is that it also has soft, furry leaves. The flowers have a long neck, that blossoms open to two to three wide skirts. Berkonigin, although a warm group brugmansia, can sometimes color up almost red, that is actually a rich, dark pink. At least to my nose, the blooms smell of pink bubblegum. Berkonigin is a medium sized brugmansia, and perfect for patio culture. Easy to haul in come frost conditions. Breeding is candida plena, by Dorothea and Herbert Langenberg. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Bernstein is unusual in that he holds the flowers out horizontally, instead of drooping downwards like most Angels. The fragrance is a full bodied fruity scent. A medium sized brugmansia when mature, Bernstein is great for a patio or lanai planting. Very Limited Amount of this Cultivar Available. German brugmansia, created by Dorothea and Herbert Langenberg.

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Catalonia is a very elegant, double to triple white blooming brugmansia. The flowers are wide mouthed, and the scent is heavenly. To my nose, the scent of powder fresh linen, with a touch of sweetness. The mother plant grew a straight trunk, and did create her fork at about 2 feet. She should stay small enough to make her easy for Northern Gardeners to bring her inside come winter time and over winter her. A really stunning flower, I'm glad I've added her to my Collection. She is the mother of several other cultivars. Created by Mike Usina. 1 quart pot size roots, fully rooted.

20.00     First week of June 

Dalai Lama is another of my very favorite single blooming brugmansias. A fantastic creation by Liz Fichtl, Dalai Lama smells strongly of Almond Marzipan. This one has a fabulous shape, and blooms about every 6 weeks when reaching maturity. A medium sized tree when mature, that grows strongly. Big, wide open mouthed blooms, anywhere from 5 to 7 inches across. This Brugmansia has tolerated a brighter sunny condition than my other brugmansia, (along with less water) so may be a good choice for those of you who have a sunnier spot to place it in. Jacayna X The Chief. Hybridizer: Elizabeth Fichtl. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   June

Dorthea is my most prolific blooming brugmansia. It seems every time I turn around, she has set more calyxes and is ready to bloom again. Beautiful long teeth, just look how lengthly and how they curled up next to the bloom in the photo! She is a very strong Grower and I have never had a spidermite or fungal issue with this cultivar. Dorthea has a lovely long neck and heavenly, baby powder scented blooms. Will bloom year round if you fertilize often and keep frost free. A German cultivar by Ludger Schneider. 1 Quart size rootball with soil.

15.00   June

Double L'Amour is a medium sized Angel trumpet with stunning pink to dark pink double to triple blooms. The throat of the bloom is slender, and the skirts nice and wide. Used by many Hybridizers as a parent plant, it is not so easy to find, but a jewel worth adding to any collection. The leaves on this particular brugmansia are a bit different than other brugmansia. Also a medium-paced grower. Blooms about every 10 to 12 weeks when root ball matures. This plant loves humic acid and Superthrive, give it this three or four times a month. 1 Quart size rootball with soil.
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Flame is a newer Angel to the market, and is replacing some of the older yellows that were out there. An easy to care for brugmansia that shapes up nicely. A medium sized brugmansia when mature, that will do well on a patio or lanai, filling the air with an intoxicating scent of baby powder. The double to triple flowers range in color from pale yellow to yellow to all out orange. A must have Angel if looking for the yellows. Creamsickle X Herrenhauser Garten Hybridizer: Larry Locklin. 1 Quart size rootball with soil. Very limited amount this season

20.00   Mid-June

Fleming Island Rachel is my favorite double pink brugmansia. She blooms perfectly every single time, and often too. A larger sized brugmansia, Fleming Island Rachel will not disappoint those of you who want a large brugmansia (when mature) in a landscape setting. It also does well potted up and on a patio, which will control her height. My Husband says it smells like Vanilla Candy. Puts out dozens upon dozens of blooms when mature. A German cultivar, Kleine Lady X Everlasting Ruby. Hybridizer: Ludger Schneider. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Trumpetflowers own specially blended Foliar Feed, or Brugmansia Tea. A super concentrated liquid foliar feed mix that can be used once weekly for it's full potential. Your plants will bloom bigger, more often, and have bright green leaves that are larger and stronger than without using a foliar feed. With this mixture, you will not need kelp powder, superthive, and all of the other ingredients that go into a good foliar feed. Use 3 to 4 drops per 1 Quart. 60 ml. bottle does approximately 180 - 1.75 Liter sprayings. (That is the size of Flo-Master Pressure Sprayer) That's more than enough to last a full year or more, depending upon your collection size.       Store in cool, dark place for best results.

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Fruit Salad is a newer cultivar created by Liz Fichtl. The colors are so lovely in this brugmansia. I adore the mixed colors of blush pink, bright yellows, peach and corals. It is truly an unusual angel. The plant naturally seeks a standard shape, and creates a perfect canopy. Blooms have a long neck and nice open mouth, displaying the multi- colored skirts. Cross: Georgia Peach X Lizzy. Released in 2012.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Full Rosea Magic is a beautiful double to triple blooming brugmansia that has a nice open flower, with center usually darkening up more than outer fused petals, giving it a two tone look that is quite stunning. Nice scent on this one too. A clean vanilla smell that pleases all. A medium sized brugmansia, Full Rosea Magic is excellent for pot culturing on a patio, and easy to bring indoors if frost threatens. Parents are unknown. Hybridizer is Ann Kirchner Abel. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

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GoldFlame is perfect every single time. Blooms begin forming even on young plants that have made their Y, and from then on it sets blooms almost constantly. The rich yellow and cool melony tones will have everyone talking about GoldFlame. Very Limited Amount of this Cultivar Available. Golden Sunset X Carly. Created by Dorothea Langenberg.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

25.00   End of May

Great Expectations is a lovely bloom with a long, slender neck that bursts open with two to three wide mouthed skirts, usually in various colors, which I find unusual and desirable. Large, deep green leaves make the entire small tree picturesque even when not in bloom. After the tree matures (anywhere from 8 months and after) bloom flushes appear about every 8 to 12 weeks. (Remember to fertilize!) Make sure to view the Gallery images, this flower changes colors and shapes as it ages, and all stages are really lovely. Great Expectations was borne out of Angels Exotic X Thea's Liebling and created by Green Chapel Farms.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00     End of May

Jacayna is a large mouthed single bloom. Very cheerful snow white blooms with pink kissed lips create a beautiful display when the plant is in full flush. A large brugmansia, this one has big flowers and gets tall enough to walk underneath the blooms. A strong baby powder fragrance. Very good for hybridyzing other brugmansia. Jacayna also has an unusual trait in that she always throws 6 points (teeth) and most brugmansia are 5 pointers. Frosty Pink X Lexy. Created by Paul Phillips. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

15.00   First or second week of June


Kleine Lady is one of those creamy wedding white double to triple bloomed brugmansia that everyone wants. The center blooms also start out white, then color up pale peach, and finally the entire set of blooms will turn peach. (See photo in side bar to your right) A great Angel for those who want a pristine, clean looking flower. Small (when mature) in size. My Mother plant is about 7 years old, and never gone over 4 feet tall. Give some shade and feed often for best results. Let dry out slightly between waterings, unlike most other brugs. Good Patio or Lanai plant, so easy to overwinter. Tiara X unk 'suarea' Hybridizer: Herta Blin. Cubensis bloodline. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   Out for this season, maybe in Fall 

Langenbuscher Garten is a highly sought after brugmansia cultivar. A spicy citrus scent emits from the flower flushes that fills the air for over 50 feet, especially in the early mornings and hours of dusk. Large, waxy sunkissed yellow tones with a deeper colored interior bloom emerging make this an Angel to have. Grows nice and straight, giving you a Standard shape with very little pruning. Medium sized plant when mature, great for patio or Lanai. The leaves of Langenbuscher Garten naturally cup upwards. Langenbuscher Garten is parented by Golden Sunset X Carly and created by Dorothea Langenberg. He was published in 2005 in Germany. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

25.00   End of May, early June 
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Madeline is an old fashioned looking brugmansia, with soft, velvet like blooms that are large and smell of baby powder. Great if you want the cottage look. A taller brugmansia, mine is about 8 feet and would get taller if I did not have her in a planter. I love that sometimes the flowers streak, giving them a bi-colored appearance. Easy to prune and take inside come frost conditions, Madeline was my original brugmansia and she started my love affair with brugmansia. Leaves of Madeline naturally cup downwards. Loves Humic Acid. Limited Availability. Rubirosa X Pink Velvet. Hybridizer: Mary Usina. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

15.00   End of May

Mango Crush is one of the most uniquely colored flowers amongst the Angels. The watermelon to mango colored blooms are large and waxy. This is one of the larger cultivars when mature, so give it room whether in the landscape or a large patio container. Mango Crush is a strong grower that will give you flower flushes about every 6 to 10 weeks when mature. Fruity Vanilla overtones, very fragrant. European brugmansia created by Susie French. L'amour x Rosamond. Do visit the Gallery by clicking the image to see many more beautiful photos of this unusual Angel. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Mandarin Twist has a delicious scent that can be smelled from over 30 feet away when in full bloom. I love the clean, strong citrus scent. Long teeth, with brightly colored, cheerful blooms. My mother plant blooms about every 6 weeks, year round. The plant naturally seeks a standard tree shape, with a trunk about 4 feet tall before making the Y, giving it a nice, elegant appearance. Mandarin Twist is the most fragrant of all my brugs, at least to my nose. Mine never goes over 6 feet tall, so you may consider him a great candidate for overwintering indoors. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   Early June

Peanut is a very cheerful, double to triple pale creamy pumpkin colored bloom with a darker orange center bloom. Like it's name, Peanut is perfect for patio cultivation, as the plant stays compact. This makes for an easy time transferring the plant indoors come frosty conditions. The fragrance is the famous Baby Powder scent known to many brugmansia. It flowers about every 10 to 14 weeks after making it's first Y, and flushes become more and more dramatic as the plant ages. Kleine Lady X Rubiline seedling. Ludger Schneider. Delisa Harvey seedling parent. These are Large brugmansia, will fill my largest mailing box. A few have already made their Y' and are ready to bloom. 1 Gallon size rootball with soil.

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Pink Dragon is a large brugmansia when mature, with huge blooms. Many times he throws 6 pointers, which is not the standard, rather 5 points are (teeth). The flowers are large, and one of the closest to true red I've personally seen in my climate, and from a warm group brugmansia. Typically blooms light pink, cooler temps I get the deeper shades shown. Fast growing and pest resistant, I really like having this Angel around. Pink Dragon emits a sweet, spicy scent from his blooms. First Day X Rosabella. Susie French hybridizer. Mary Usina, seedling parent.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Santa Rosa is my all-time favorite brugmansia, and for good reason. This plant grows fast, and has spectacular blooms that are large and colorful. The scent is very strong baby powder scent. Easy to care for, not fussy, and extremely free-blooming. I get flushes every 4 to 6 weeks, depending upon time of year. If I could have just one brugmansia, this one would be it.
Pink Beauty X Ecuador Pink. Hybridizer: JT Sessions.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

15.00   June


Shooting Star is a brightly colored, single yellow bloom that sometimes throws a piquant green inner throat. An unusual and lovely look. Heady citrus scent fills the air. Of all the yellows I keep, this one is the most resistant to pests and other ailments. A smaller sized brugmansia, Shooting Star is perfect for patio culture, so easy to overwinter. Mine has never gone taller than 6 feet, with full canopy. Nicely shaped from the beginning, naturally seeks standard. Strong grower, can take more sun than some other cultivars.
Hybridizer: Ludger Schneider. Kleine App X Unknown. Parented by Brenda Delph. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   May

Silky Ballerina is a fantastic, satiny wedding white with rounded petals, very unusual for brugmansia. The tapered lips of the double to triple blooms have a effervescence that is unmatchable amongst the white flowered Angels. This plant seems to bloom double and single all at once. Lovely talcum powder scent.
A petite brugmansia plant, great for those of you who need to bring your plants in come winter, or like growing brugmansia on the patio or lanai. 6 to 8 inch blooms with green throat, really unique. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   June

Supernova is just what the name implies, a super sized bloom. Easily attaing 18 inches in length, for those of you who like the bigger blooms, Supernova is a must have for your collection. Highly fragrant, this one has the typical baby powder scent of brugmansia, and blooms in full flushes after attaining mass to the rootball about every 8 weeks. 1 Quart size rootball with soil

20.00   Late May/Early June

Wuppergold is a fantastic lemony double to triple bloom with a nice long neck. Inner blooms orange up as the flower ages. Of course, it's a German cultivar. A fast and vigorous grower, this one is getting tall for me, (about 8 feet) so I expect it to be one for trimming if you live up north, and great for a large patio pot if you want to control it. Similar to Langenbuscher Garten but the flower's neck is a bit more narrow. It is parented as candida plena on at least one side, and created by Dorothea and Herbert Langenberg.
1 Quart size rootball with soil

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Xena, like SuperNova, has large blooms, although not quite as large as SuperNova. A strong scent of Cherry Vanilla emits from the blooms, especially in the early morning and late evening hours. Very fragrant. The plant also gets large, and is great for those of you who want a brugmansia to place in the ground. Trim if wanted for pot culture.   1 Quart size rootball with soil

15.00   June 


Pride of Barbados is a lovely small tropical tree that is perfect for patio culture. This makes it great for Northern Gardeners, who need to take their plants in come the first frost. Caesalpinia pulcherrima species have two flower colors. Yellow and deep orange, and a cultivar called Compton, a lovely pink and white variety.
Sometimes called Mexican Bride, Caeslapinia rarely goes over 10 feet tall, and usually blooms the first year of growth. My plants are 1 1/2 years old, and have bloomed once already. Because their adult stature is small, they make great trees for planters you can place out in a sunny location in winter.

Even down here in Zone 10A, my plants drop their leaves for about 2 months in winter. This is when Northern Gardeners would have brought them inside to a cool garage or basement. Keep them barely watered during this dormant period. When the threat of frost is over, return them to the outdoors. Over a period of 2 or 3 weeks, slowly reacclimate them to direct sunlight. Plants are in 1 Quart size rootball with soil, fully rooted, and ready to be placed in larger pot. Learn more about their care Here.

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Saint Johns Creeper Vine, also known as the Pink Trumpet Vine, or Podranea riscoliana, is a sturdy, woody, fast growing vine that will easily cover a trellis or arbor in one to two growing seasons. A great plant for beginners. Very hard to kill, even those of you who claim to have no 'Green Thumb', can grow this plant. Click the picture for more information on the care of St. Johns Creeper. 1 Quart size rootball with soil. Already vining, some even have blooms.

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Corkscrew Vine

This is vigna caracalla, related to the snail vine, but has fragrance and coloration other than lavendar and purple hues. Pinks and creamy, pale yellows as well as the lavendar and purples. A large underground tuber that must be dug up and taken in come frost. Beautiful, easier to control than V. phaseolus, attracts butterflies. Ants pollinate. Gorgeous vine that if fertilized every month with a weakened regular MiracleGro All Purpose fertilizer, will bloom in summer or fall. In frost free climates, blooms more often. Will take full sun, but keep soil slightly moist to withstand the harshest of Dog day sun. Ready to place in ground or in a large planter with trellis as support. Learn more about Corkscrew Vine Care Here.
3/4 Quart size rootball, Fully Rooted

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Abutilon 'Tiger Eye'

Tiger Eye is a fast growing abutilon, often called a flowering maple due to the shape of the leaves. Also called Chinese lanterns, the flowers of Tiger Eye are very large for an abutilon, approximately 2 inches wide and 1 and a half inches long. This plant will grow into up to a 10 foot high bush, and flowers often, especially if fertilized and kept well watered. I personally treat mine the same as I do the brugmansia, and it fares very well with this consideration.
All abutilons tend to be leggy plants, but keeping them trimmed up will create more blooms and a more compact shape. The Chinese Lantern Tiger Eye will attract hummingbirds and even orioles, that sip the sweet nectar from the blooms. I keep repotting mine, and about every 4 months I take it up a pot size or two. The mother plant is sitting in an 11 gallon pot at the time, and would go larger if I let her. Bring inside when threat of frost is due, if you don't want to regrow in spring. Has been known to handle as low as zone 6/7 and come back if planted in the ground and mulched. Fully rooted, 3/4 quart size rootball, some already have flower buds on them.

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Clerodendrum quadriloculare is a fast growing, very showy display plant. In it's native Asia, it can grow to 50 feet tall, and is found along the edges of forests. Down here in southern Florida, my mother plant is about 5 years old and is 15 to 18 feet tall. However, it is easy to grow as a potted plant, and reproduces by creating pups at it's feet. The roots are naturally shallow, so not a plant to worry about invading a septic system. Prefers morning sun and dappled sunlight in the hottest part of the day for best appearance.

Shooting Star clerodendrum, or Starburst clerodendrum, as it is sometimes commonly called, grows well in moist, loamy soil with peat added. If in zones 9 and up, can be placed in ground. Lower growing zones will need to keep it potted and bring it in before the threat of frost.
The showy leaves are striking, as the underside is a deep burgundy to purple color. She blooms in late winter down here, but in northern climates will bloom in early spring. Even when not blooming, the plant is lovely, due to the leaves. Attracts hummingbirds to the long, tubular flowers. Really unusual plant. Easy to care for, I fertilize mine every 3 months with granulated fertilizer. If potted, fertilize monthly with a weakened Regular water soluble fert. Learn more about clerodendrum Here. 1 quart sized plants, fully rooted.

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Guava is a delicious semi-tropical to tropical plant that is easy to grow in tubs, hence easy to take inside in climates that have a threat of frost.
The delicious, creamy pink flesh of Hong Kong Pink ripens in late May down here in South Florida, and the fruits are great to eat right out of hand or for use in guava jellies, jams, and tasty as a filling in pastries too. The fruit is about as long as your thumb.
Pink Guava are self-pollinating, and many can bloom their second year of growth. They attract honey bees and butterflies, and the flowers of all are highly fragrant. If you prune them after they fruit, and have a long growing season, you may even get a second crop off of them. Read more about their care Here.
1 Quart Pot, Fully Rooted, ready to size up to larger pot.

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Thomcord Grapevine is the only true grape I have had great success with in my zone, 10A. It is recommended for zones 5-9, but I bought them before my zone was changed and have had no issues with the warmer winters and the vines.
The fruits are plump, delicious, and seedless. As the name implies, the taste is rich and full, like Concord it was partially named after.

Very easy to care for, grapevines are a bit finicky about fertilizing, so read up on grapevine care before planting any out. Prune for the first three years to shape, and expect crops to improve with age. The only pests we have had to curb were aphids, brought in by ants. They are easy to eliminate with a burst of water from the hose. Other than that, the plants are resistant to fungus and other insects. The leaves are huge, as are the fruits. Prepare the bed(s) in advance. Plants are in 1 Quart size rootball with soil, fully rooted, and ready for you to plant out. Self-pollinating.

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Passion vines are in 1 quart pots. Fully rooted cuttings capable of blooming right away. Some vines have blooms on them right now.

Passiflora edulis is a fantastic passionflower to grow out. Large, glossy leaves will cover a trellis or fence very quickly, and between May and October (down here in SW Florida) they bloom. Deliciously fragrant blooms between 4 and 5 inches across attract butterflies and hummingbirds. After they flower, they will also set fruit, this one being self-pollinating. The large, yummy fruits are great for juice making, jellies, preserves, or just eating fresh. I personally think this is one of the easiest of all passionflowers to grow. This is the commercially grown fruit/plant. Can reach lengths of over 40 feet if placed in ground and kept from frost conditions. Great for edible landscaping. If you get frost in your area, leave it potted and cut it back in fall before taking into a greenhouse of well lit room. Blooms year after year. Mine are from rooted cuttings, so are ready to bloom right away. 1 Quart size rootball with soil. This one also has a very strong, sweet vanilla like fragrance. Protect from frost.

Plants are at least 4 feet long vines, and blooming.
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Passiflora edulis 'Lilikoi' is the yellow fruited commercial passionflower vine. Hawaiian variety. I personally think the fruit is sweeter than that of the red cultivar I have above. The flowers are almost identical, perhaps a bit of color variation, but not much more than that. It is the fruit that is unique. These have been grown from seed, and can take up to 2 years to flower, although down here in zone 10 mine flower the first year. Like it's cousin above, it is self-pollinating, so no other cultivar is needed to achieve fruit. They are already vining, and are well-rooted in 1 pint pots.

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Passiflora suberosa is the passion of choice for the Gulf Fritillary and Zebra Longwing Butterflies. They use the plant as larval food for their caterpillars. I have grown this passionflower out specifically for Butterfly Gardeners.
The Zebra Longwing will choose Corky Stemmed Passionflower (p. suberosa's common name) that are in shade, while the Gulf Frit will choose those plants that are in brighter sunlight. So, mix up the plantings so you can attract both. My Corky Stems are organically grown from seed, fed only natural humic acid, fish emulsion, and compost. Perfect for your Butterfly Garden. Protect from frost. Click the photo for more information on the Corky Stemmed Passionflower.

1 pint pots, fully rooted and vining. Most have at least two plants per pot. Sold as set of two, 1 pint pots. If you have a lot of butterflies, I suggest getting more than one set, as hungry caterpillars can eat them quickly! Limited to no more than 4 pints/2 sets per address. Shipping is Flat Rate box, USPS, 7.15. I can get up to 4 pots in each Flat Rate box.

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Asclepias are used by Monarch and Queen butterflies as food for their larvae (caterpillars) as well as the butterflies sip the nectar from the flowers. I have grown these different asclepias species out for the Butterfly Gardeners out there who want to feed and/or attract Monarchs and Queens to their gardens. The Milkweed (asclepias common name) I have is organic, all grown with compost tea, fish emulsion, and natural humic acid as fertilizer. This makes it safe for the caterpillars.

When visiting the Order page, you can choose from Tropical Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed, (a. incarnata) or Asclepias Tuberosa (orange north american milkweed). Later on this year, I will also have Fresh Seed to Giant Milkweed, otherwise known as asclepias calotropis. This is important, as I have never had any luck with older asclepias seed. I will also have fresh seed to a southern white-flowered variety, Asclepias perennis.
Tall plants, about 10 inches or more in height, several plants to each pot.

1 Quart size rootball with soil, fully rooted, organically grown.
10.00 each   Tropical (asclepias curravasica) and Swamp (asclepias incarnata) milkweed available now, click here to order

I am a very small grower, with only a 40 feet by 35 feet growing space for my mothers and babies. That's why I may be out of a certain cultivar you may want, and it may take me 3 or 4 months to replace it. The good side of all of this is that because I am small, I tend to each baby individually, love and care is extreme. All my plants are regularly fed tomato fertilizer, Osmocote, and Azomite, along with generous waterings and hands on fungus, insect control.

The picture beneath shows my most faithful and kind side-kick and husband of many years, Gino. Without him, I would never be able to offer these amazingly beautiful and wild plants.
We are spirits of the 80's, behind that head of black hair is a ponytail longer than mine. :)

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This entry was posted on May 6th, 2012 and is filed under Brugmansia Sales.